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Immortal Redneck (PC) Review

Do you like randomly generated levels, pyramids, mummies, rednecks, power ups, old style shooters and potato launchers? Then Immortal Redneck may just be a game of interest to you. Inside this wonderfully titled game of joy are all these things. And more. Immortal Redneck puts us in the bandages of …

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Thimbleweed Park (PC) Review

  After spending about 11 hours in Thimbleweed Park I can say that genre-vets Ron Gilbert and Gary Winnick have hit the nail that is the point-and-click adventure genre right on the head once again. Full of witty humor, strange characters, and clever puzzles, Thimbleweed Park is going to thrill …

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911 Responder (PC) Review

Shows multiple screens and a 911 operator sitting in front of them.

911 Operator (PC) Review What started as a small Kickstarter campaign with a goal of nine thousand Canadian Dollars ended with nearly two thousand backers pledging nearly four times as much. What does such a successful Kickstarter give you? You play the role of an emergency dispatcher, making sure that …

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Forts (PC) Review

Forts is a physics based, 2d, real time strategy where the aim is to build a fort any way you see fit. Then blow each other to tiny pieces. It made me think of worms and Bridge Constructor. But instead of a bridge it’s a tower of death and destruction. …

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Yooka-Laylee (PS4) Review


When Yooka-Laylee was announced as a spiritual successor to Banjo-Kazooie, I knew I wanted it. I didn’t realize, just how close of a successor the eventual game would end up being. Yooka-Laylee is at times beautiful, expansive and charming. There are other times, however, when the game has strong quirks …

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